Once again, Valentine’s Day is over and stores are already making way for the green and shamrocks. Many may view Saint Patrick’s Day as a celebration of their Irish heritage or a religious holiday to venerate Saint Patrick. Others see it as an excuse to go on pub crawls and get drunk due to the negative Irish drinking stereotypes. Nonetheless, you can expect a lot of green, shamrocks, leprechauns, rainbows, and pots of gold. So not surprisingly, many people throw St. Paddy’s Day parties with lots of goodies. And that’s where I come in. So for your reading pleasure, I give you another assortment of Saint Patrick’s Day treats. Enjoy.
- Nothing makes St. Patrick’s Day like some green cake bars.
Well, these are more like cakes. Minty green goes on top, by the way.
2. Celebrate your Saint Paddy’s Day dinner with a side of green mashed potatoes.
Each of these is within a savory pie crust. Not to mention, topped with a shamrock for good measure.
3. Treat your little leprechauns to this rainbow bento lunch.
Well, the rainbow is a fruit tray. Though the other box has mostly green food with shamrocks.
4. Keep your St. Patrick’s Day colorful with a rainbow trifle.
I guess this one has cake and pudding inside in 6 different colors. Topped with whipped cream.
5. Then again, you might want a St. Paddy’s Day trifle in Oreo mint.
This one has chocolate pudding inside. Love the green mint ice cream on top. Or is it whipped cream?
6. Rainbow pancakes always make for a St. Patrick’s Day breakfast.
Well, these pancakes are very small and stacked up together. Top has whipped cream and Lucky Charms marshmallows.
7. Hope you can get a load of this shamrock cupcake.
Or is it an actual cake. Nonetheless, depicts a belt buckle on the bottom.
8. Treat your St. Pat’s party guests with this rainbow veggie tray.
Of course, there’s no blue vegetable. While peppers make up of red, orange, and yellow.
9. Kids will be thrilled with some Lucky Leprechaun Lunch.
Consists of green Chex mix with Lucky Charms marshmallows. Some of the Chex even have sprinkles.
10. Show your Irish spirit with these shamrock shortbread cookies.
Well, these are pistachio key lime without much green. Yet, they’re at least in shamrock shapes with icing.
11. Grace your dessert platter with these Saint Paddy’s Day cookies.
Includes pots of gold, leprechauns, hats, and shamrocks. And all in green icing.
12. Want some shamrocks on your brownie?
Not sure if the shamrocks are edible. But the brownies seem tasty.
13. For healthier options, check out this rainbow fruit platter.
Includes chocolate coins for the pot of gold. Though the coins won’t taste great once you unwrap them.
14. Perhaps you might want a shamrock nacho lunch.
Well, these consist of shamrock tortilla chips. Salad includes cheese, sour cream, and avocado.
15. Impress your Irish guests with some shamrock pizza.
Well, the shamrocks are basil leaves here. And all seem to have 4 leaves for extra luck.
16. Anyone would be delighted with these shamrock cupcakes.
These seem like they’re made with holders in a special shape. So they can have 3 leaves.
17. Treat yourself on St. Patrick’s Day with these truffles.
Well, these appear to resemble cake pops. Covered in green icing along with white drizzle and chocolate chips.
18. St. Paddy’s Day rice cakes make for a tasty treat.
Actually, they’re salsa rice cakes. Contains cheese and a pepper shamrock on top.
19. Chocolate cupcakes must always have a shamrock on them.
Each of these has shamrock made of gumdrops. Though you might want to peel them off before you eat them.
20. Feast your eyes on some shamrock cheesy bread.
Then again, it can be a small pizza. Want to try? Certainly looks tasty.
21. Nobody could resist these St. Paddy’s Day cookies.
Consists of coins, pot of gold, shamrocks, and rainbows. Professionally made but so pretty.
22. You’ll be lucky to have a shamrock cupcake or 2.
Each of these has a shamrock made out of icing. Some have chocolate icing. Some don’t.
23. Any little leprechaun would be lucky to have a lunch like this.
Consists of a leprechaun sandwich and a veggie hat. Nonetheless, it’s so cute.
24. Perhaps your little one might try this green bento lunch for size.
Consists of 2 containers of veggies, one of cheese, and one of bread. Includes shamrocks and pot of gold decorations.
25. For breakfast, you might want a couple of shamrock eggs.
Well, they’re eggs with peppers around it. Easy as that.
26. It’s never St. Patrick’s Day without some shamrock buns.
Well, they’re more like biscuits. Yet, each has a shamrock on top.
27. Might want some Lucky Charms on some cupcakes.
Each of these has a “Lucky You” sign on top. Though these seem quite easy to make.
28. Hope you find a pot of gold in these cupcakes.
Not sure if the pots of gold are edible (probably). While the rest of the cupcakes are covered green icing and sprinkles.
29. Want a piece from this pot of gold cake?
This one has coin and shamrock cookies inside. While the pot is covered with chocolate icing.
30. Would you like a slice of key lime pie?
This one has a shamrock on top. Hope you enjoy it.
31. You’ll find some Lucky Charms in these cupcakes.
Well, marshmallows anyway. You’ll also find some sprinkles as well.
32. A shamrock soft pretzel makes a great St. Patrick’s Day snack.
Comes with green mustard sauce. And it’s in a 4-leaf clover shape.
33. There’s nothing that pleases more than some Irish cream push pops.
I’m sure they come with a minty taste. Has green pudding and chocolate under the whipped cream.
34. Perhaps you’d like a shamrock on a stick.
This one has a marshmallow shamrock on top of a yellow sandwich cookie. Perfect for any St. Paddy’s Day party.
35. Care to eat some shamrock quiche?
This is a Spanish quiche in a 4-leaf clover. And they all have leaves of green.
36. Shamrock chocolates makes a great St. Paddy’s Day treat.
The chocolates are green on a stick. Each has a rainbow decoration.
37. There’s no better St. Patrick’s Day dinner like a pie of corned beef and hash.
This one has a shamrock on top. Though corned beef and hash isn’t my thing.
38. You’ll be lucky to have a pot of gold cookie sandwich.
I’m sure each of these have a minty filling. Also, the chocolate part is covered in sprinkles.
39. Shamrock pretzels make an ideal St. Paddy’s Day snack.
These are covered in green icing. Very simple to make. So pretty.
40. You sure can’t beat these Lucky Charms bars.
These are made from Lucky Charms cereal. While the tops are covered in marshmallow shamrocks and green icing.
41. Mind if I take a chocolate shamrock?
Indeed, these are professionally made with a mold. Perfect for a party on March 17.
42. There’s nothing more lucky to the Irish than these shamrock fudge bars.
Each one has a yellow M&M on top. While the shamrocks are made from green icing.
43. These Irish owl cookies will always be a hoot.
These owls are dressed as leprechauns. So they’re more like owlechauns.
44. Perhaps you’d like to see this little Irish house.
These are graham cracker houses. But his one has candy décor on the roof and around it.
45. No St. Patrick’s Day dessert platter is complete without this leprechaun hat cake.
This one has a flower near the brim. Perfect as a piece de resistance for any dessert platter on St. Paddy’s Day.
46. Perhaps you might prefer some shamrock avocado toast.
You might see the avocado sauce is green. Perfect for breakfast, lunch, or parties.
47. These mini ombre cakes may suit your fancy.
These have layers of green cake and white icing. One has a shamrock on top.
48. No appetizer platter is complete on St. Paddy’s Day without some Emerald Isle dip.
This one has a shamrock in the bread bowl. Perfect for veggies and crackers.
49. Any kid would be lucky to have a leprechaun cookie like this.
This one has a red beard and green suit. So adorable you can eat him up.
50. Perhaps you’ll love these peanut butter leprechaun cookies.
These have little red beards and green hats with shamrocks on them. So cute.
51. Care for some green shamrock cupcakes?
Not only do these have green icing, but also green filling. And they’re all covered in green and white sprinkles.
52. A green petal cake is a perfect St. Patrick’s Day dessert.
This one consists of petals in shades of green. So feel free to take a slice.
53. Put some color in your St. Patrick’s Day party with a rainbow cake roll.
You can see all the colors in one slice. There are even sprinkles in the icing.
54. Wake up this Saint Patrick’s Day to some shamrock breakfast pizza.
It’s more of a calzone. Includes eggs, cheese, and sausage.
55. These shamrock cookie sandwiches are full of surprises.
These are filled with rainbow sprinkles. But they won’t lead you to any pot of gold.
56. Hope you can kiss these Irish lips.
These lip cookies have green shamrocks on them. Yet, please don’t kiss the Blarney Stone.
57. Perhaps these green owls will please you.
These owls have little suits with shamrock buttons. So adorable they’re a hoot.
58. You’ll be lucky to see these Oreo pots of gold on St. Patrick’s Day dessert platter.
Has a fruit roll up rainbow and an M&M shamrock. Said to taste like mint.
59. Hope you got what it takes to eat these shamrock pudding shots.
These have edible shot glasses with shamrocks on them. Hope they’re chocolate.
60. Care to take a shamrock Oreo?
These have shamrocks in candy and sprinkles. Take your pick.
61. Enjoy your Saint Patrick’s Day with some Pot of Gold corn casserole.
A slice of this has some shamrocks on it. Then again, corn casserole isn’t something we eat at my house.
62. Any little Irish lass would love these leprechaun girl cookies.
Each girl is wearing a little green dress with shamrocks and a green hat. So cute.
63. On Saint Patrick’s Day, you’ll be in luck to see these leprechaun cupcakes.
These have little icing beards and green hats. Adorable if you ask me.
64. It’s your lucky day to have a St. Paddy’s marshmallow pop.
This is a bear with shamrock ears and a nose. Even wears a shamrock hat.
65. Serve your guests this Saint Patrick’s Day with some green velvet cake.
This one has 3 layers inside. And it’s topped with a green shamrock in the center.
66. Feel free to try one of these shamrock pops.
These are candies on a stick. While each stick is decorated with a rainbow.
67. Shamrock cinnamon rolls can use some green drizzle.
Well, each of these has 4 leaves and a stem. Wouldn’t mind having one of these.
68. Let your little leprechaun wake up to a lucky rainbow breakfast.
The pot is made from eggs and pancakes. The rainbow and cloud are made of fruit.
69. These chocolate covered strawberries are a St. Paddy’s Day delight.
Each of these is covered in chocolate with sprinkles and drizzle. Some even have shamrocks on them.
70. Get in the Irish spirit with a jello shamrock.
Even has a creamy layer on top. Yet, I think it can use a little whipped cream for good measure.
71. Make your Saint Patrick’s Day special with these lucky cupcakes.
Unlike some of these cupcakes, these have chocolate horseshoes. Yet, the top is sprinkled with green.
72. I’m sure these St. Patrick’s Day brownies can satisfy.
These have little green icing bits on top. And the brownies are filled with chocolatey goodness.
73. Best you get a bite out of these rainbow Rice Krispie treats.
These have layers of color. But they won’t lead to a pot of gold.
74. For Saint Patrick’s Day, you might want some green chocolate chip cookies.
Yes, I know they kind of look disgusting. But on Saint Patrick’s Day, green food is practically in.
75. Hope you can find the pot of gold on these cupcakes.
These have M&M decorations with mini marshmallow clouds. So cute.
76. Feast your eyes this Saint Patrick’s Day on these green cheesecake brownies.
I guess the top layer can be quite minty. Love the swirls.
77. Perhaps you might enjoy a thin mint jello shot this Saint Patrick’s Day.
These have chocolate on the bottom with green jello layers. Topped with whipped cream.
78. A Saint Patrick’s Day cake should always sparkle.
This one has 3 tiers consisting of 2 green and one gold. Includes shamrocks and a white rose.
79. There’s always gold in this colorful rainbow cake.
This one has a rainbow on top and on the sides. Love it.
80. Treat your little ones this Saint Patrick’s Day with a Rainbow Buddha bowl.
It’s a salad dish with all kinds of veggies. But it’s great as a St. Patrick’s Day side.
Lovely St. Patrick Day treats. Some of them could be used for Pride Week too!